KCHA Sports Report (10/27)

Collegiate Football on the Field with room for copy

The Iowa High School Athletic Association will begin its football playoffs tonight with first round games being held in all classes.  The Saint Ansgar Saints football team will be at home tonight for their Class A first round match-up against East Buchanan.  The Saints went 9-0 during the regular season while East Buchanan went 8-1.  You can tune into this game on our sister station 987 KISS Country starting with a pre-game at about 6:45 and kickoff will be at 7pm.

The New Hampton Chickasaw football team will be at home tonight for their Class 2A playoff opener against Dike-New Hartford.  The Chickasaws went 7-2 overall this season and the Wolverines went 6-3.  You can tune into this game on our sister station 951 The Bull beginning with a pre-game at 6:30 and kickoff will be at 7pm.

The Iowa High School Athletic Association and Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union will hold their State Cross Country Meets tomorrow in Fort Dodge.  The Charles City Comet girls qualified as a team last Thursday and their whole team will compete in the Class 3A meet which is scheduled to begin at noon.  Gavin Connell, Mason Deeter and Alex Litterer will represent the Comets in the Class 3A boys race and will compete at about 12:30.  Rockford’s Sheridan LaCoste, Addy Carlson of Saint Ansgar and Nashua-Plainfield’s Aubry Einck will all race in the Class 1A girls meet that is scheduled to start at 2pm.  Brock Dietz of Nashua-Plainfield will run at around 2:30 in the Class 1A boys race.

After two straight wins over top ten foes things get even tougher for the Northern Iowa Panthers as they get set to visit second ranked North Dakota State. The Panthers are part of a three-way tie for second and sit a game behind the unbeaten Bison. UNI coach Mark Farley.

A win would give the Panthers a share of the Valley lead.

The names and numbers may change but the style of play and results remain similar at North Dakota State.

Farley says the Fargodome is one of  the toughest venues for a road to win at.

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